It sounds like just another urban legend -- a videotape filled with nightmarish images leads to a phone call foretelling the viewer's death in exactly seven days. Newspaper reporter Rachel Keller (Naomi Watts) is skeptical of the story until four teenagers all die mysteriously exactly one week after watching just such a tape. Allowing her investigative curiosity to get the better of her, Rachel tracks down the video and watches it. Now she has just seven days to unravel the mystery.
Tom Watson 's decision to step down as Labour's deputy leader as a major scalp for the pro-Corbyn wing, as it fights for control by purging moderate MPs.
on Labour's promise to invest £150bn in regions The Paper says have been left "on their knees" by Conservative cuts.
The Mirror highlights the proposed creation of a new Treasury unit in the north of England, which it says will spend much-needed cash on schools, hospitals, council homes and social care.
It's the main story - which says the amount being pledged is a big increase on previous commitments by Labour.
It says Boris Johnson is now under mounting pressure to prevent Mr Cairns from standing in the Vale of Glamorgan seat, after he was accused of lying about His knowledge of a former aide's role in the collapse of a rape trial. Mr Cairns has denied any wrongdoing.Mr Cairns has worked under three Prime Ministers after being appointed in 2016.
Mr Cairns' resignation, and the comments about the Grenfell Tower fire by Jacob Rees-Mogg, show the Conservatives to be unprepared for a contest they themselves have been seeking.
With deafening guitar music, red, white and blue banners and a casual dress code, he says "we could have been at a mid-west presidential Primary ".Mr Johnson was surrounded by Conservative Party supporters holding Signs
and says a turbo-charged speech from a very animated Boris Johnson shows he is the Conservatives' strongest electoral asset by a mile.
Official figures reportedly show That absence rates among otherwise healthy employees are at their lowest since records began - about 4. 4 days per worker last year.
Meanwhile, on a massive security operation That was sparked yesterday at one of Europe's busiest airports, Amsterdam Schiphol.Passengers faced disruption as parts of the Dutch airport were closed Rescue units were sent to the theatre by London Fire Brigade after the collapse
The Paper says the notion dates back to a scientific paper published by Nasa in the 1980s.
But , The Scientists were primarily concerned with keeping the air fresh for astronauts in sealed spaces. New analysis says That in fact, a homeowner would need as many as three hundred plants per square foot, to gain any benefit greater than just opening a few windows.